They make you look like you're bursting out of them, and even though the jackets themselves are not V shaped, it is obvious you are v shaped from the way the jacket is pulling in certain places.
Because you want a jacket that is as tight as possible, it is only natural that it follows the lines of your body. If you want to play around with silhouettes, you'll have to go with a jacket that is slightly bigger than you are, so that a tailor can freely add and subtract fabric in certain places. Needless to say, you'll need an experienced tailor for this.
Also, I just don't like the way you're using colour, and this has nothing to do with classic, not classic or gender roles. You tend to use a lot of creams, yellows and beige, in the same fit even, and that just looks bad on you. You'll have to look into which colours look best with your skin tone.